|Origin||Korea, P. pyrifolia, Cheonjichon x Imamuraaki, (Japan 1929).|
|Tree||Vigorous, upright, productive, susceptible to fire blight. Broad roundish leaf with attenuate tip, small neat serrations without the longer points of Shinko|
|Blossom and pollination|
Mid season, very poor pollen production, cross compatible with other varieties, maybe Dan Bae, Hosui and Kosui.
|Fruit shape||Uniform, large, flattish round, sometimes lopsided, conical, more so than Shinko.|
|Skin and flesh||Bright yellowish brown, tender, russeted, lenticels conspicuous. White flesh, sweet, very good quality, crisp, juicy, coarse and pulpy, soluble solids 12%.|
|Harvest||Mid season, similar to Hwa Hong, before Bong Ri and Dan Bae, 165-170 days after full bloom (before Shinko).|
|Storage||Short, 30 days.|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.14 Nashi asian pear varieties.